Useful links and information
The DCEP is keen to bring together useful resources to enable partners to do more together.
Inspiring young people to grow their arts and leadership talents: it’s creative, valuable and accessible. Arts Award can be achieved at five levels,: four qualifications and an introductory award.
The DCEP supports Arts Award in Doncaster. We run pilot programmes and develop local networks to test new ways of delivering Arts Award in different settings, and host training for Arts Award Advisers.
Find out more about Arts Award here: http://www.artsaward.org.uk
Artsmark is a creative quality standard that has been designed by schools for schools and is accredited by Arts Council England. It helps schools to deliver high-quality arts and cultural education, no matter what your starting point.
Opening Doors: Creative Spaces in Doncaster
Open Doors: Creative spaces in Doncaster is a research project & documentary highlighting the need for more artist-led spaces in Doncaster.
Doncaster Creative Network
Doncaster Creative Network is a community of local creatives across a range of disciplines and stages of their practice. Networking and bringing people together for in person events is at the heart of what they do. They host regular creative meet-ups at The Wool Market, as well as larger events across the City.
To find out more visit their website: https://www.doncastercreativenetwork.com/
Creative Classrooms is a programme of drama work designed for primary schools, to support students to develop their emotional literacy, while building communication and empathy skills.
Doncaster Children and Young People Plan
Take a look at the Doncaster Children and Young Peoples plan.
Designed & Written by Young People for Children & Young People!
Institute of Imagination
Teachers! Ignite your students’ passion for STEAM education with the Institute of Imagination’s (iOi) STEAM Live workshops!
Embark on a journey into a world of wonder, where science, technology, engineering, art & design, and mathematics come to life through captivating shows and immersive, hands-on workshops.
Explore more by following the link https://ioi.london/
English Heritage Education Visits
The English Heritage is committed to making as many sites of historic interest open to as many audiences as possible.
With a range of experiences from school visits, community projects and Discovery visits there is something available for all learning needs. Each site has it's own school visits page with information about curriculum links and most have resource packs and useful links and videos to relevant historical information.
For a list of sites closest to Doncaster follow this link
For information on how to make a booking follow this link
For the terms and conditions follow this link